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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 r 1 F 4 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXIX N02 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 13 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS HANDICAPS That Arc Kotnrmng Passage 01 Home Kuie BUI In Commons i The Nationalists Erred in At tempting to Hold Meeting In Ulster Dublin Preparqs Splendid POI ular Reception fro Prenl lor AsquUh DESPAIR IN THE TORY RANKS In his Sunday cablegram T P OConnor M P says that during the week the run of uninterrupted luck for the Liberals and Irish was succeeded by several mishaps small but perhaps destined to make future trouble Some foolish Ulster Na tlonallsts Insisted in spite of BtrOng protests by the National leaders on holding a meeting whch brougl them Into an Orange region and a scrimmage in which some schoolchildren were accldentaly invovt ensued The Orange leaders exaggerated this small incident to gigantic proportions and attacks on Catl olics in Belfast followed These incidents led to fierce scenes in the House of Commons but on the whole the charge against the Natlonalts was reduced to its true proportions I while the Orange attacks on tho Catholic workmen and others in Be fast produced a reaction against the Orange leaders and Increased the Indignation at their open appeals to violence and lawlessness These Incidents mark the despair of the Tories of a defeat of home rule 1InI the House of Commons and their laBt desperate bids have broken the gamblers but there is some danger that such incidents may increase the extraordinary superstition in some of the ultra Protestant quarters in Eng land that Ulster means to produce a civil war if home rule is passed The Ulstermen know that civil war wlll simply mean attacks on Catholl houses and Catholic individuals but all such occurrences will produce a bad effect on the other side The progress of the home rule bill In the Commons goes on with perfectI regularity Premier iswerlnr pzerr attacton the bill will e hi showing ua Tories made a vain attempt to arrest I the progress of the measure by an effort to create a scene of violence I and the expulsion of several Orange members but this frizzled The Finn of the home rule bill noW Is thelautumndrastic closure rule will be proposesd I at once and the bill steadily kept atII till it passes the final stage in the end of November I Great preparations have beer made to give Asqulth a splendid popular reception in Dublin next week with a torchlight processlot I and welcome by every Nationalist precauIlionsrepetition ot the ridiculous attempts I of the suffragettes to insult the I PremierThe most serious mishap this week was the breach between the Liberals and Laborites which was chiefly due to the claim of the Llb orals to take the constituency ol Hanley recently vacated by iBnocli I Edwards the great miners leader After some attempts at reconciliation I the local Liberals Insisted on having a contest and In the three cornered fight the Tory may be elected A similar result may happen in Craw Another great working class center where the member of Parliament re cently died This conflict was ac companied by the threat of the Laborites to desert the Liberals in the House of Commons temporarily and thus reduce the majorities on the home rule and other Government measures Another disquieting item is the pushing forward of the strong now land reform movement by some of the single taxers which the wealthy Liberals resent It la reported also that there Is some fric tion in the Cabinet This refers to Winston Churchills demands for enormous additions In the appropria tions for the navy and the antagon ism between him and LloydGeorge on this and other points But these difficulties though worthy of rec ord do not seriously modify the situ ation ASQuiths determination is to carry the home rule bill through ab solutely unchanged and the Liberal party remains enthusiastic and united behind him and will push this measure Into law There will be ups and downs irritating tact dents and the usual amount of crops purposes between the different Bic tions of the Liberal coalition but home rule advances steadily and the Tories continue to deplore the im possibility of raising the least an tagonlsm r even excitement on the subject in the English constituencies The Tories still continue their at tempts at ambuscades in the House of Commons but during most of the week the Liberals attended splendidly having majorities at some times of over 100 for home rule but their attendance was rather slack on the other nights and on Thursday u the Government majority ran down tp fortysir o j FATTIER BACHMANXS JUBILEE s The Rev Father 1C M Bachmann q Q 1 fIin 1 D one of Louisvilles best known priests and now chaplain at St Jo- sophs Orphan Homo will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination on August 15 Father Bachmann Is averse to any dlspk and therefore will have only a gohrcn jubilee high mass at 830 oclock on the morning of that day at whi hall his friends will be welcome In honor of this event Father Bach mann has had printed an Interest book entitled Urlel which bai been much enjoyed by its readni The demand was so great that a sc- and edition was printed and placell with the Rogers Book Company OLD KENTUCKY TTo Be Well Represented lilt Hibernian National Convention Old Kentucky will be ably represented at the Hibernian national coi vention that meets Monday at Chl cago and will be attended by delegates and visitors from all section of the United States and Canad The Kentucky State Board will be represented by President Donnell of Covington and William J Con nelly of this city Councilma Thomas Dolan will go as County Delegate from this city and with him will be Magistrate P T Sullivan Thomas Keenan Martin Cuslc and a number of others who have been prominent figures at the national gatherings for many years past Every county that has a division will also send a delegation Mrs Elizabeth Bennett and Mlss Fannie Kennedy both of this city are the State and county delegates to the Ladles Auxiliary convention Accompanying them will be Mlssc Mary Butler Gertrude Riley Ann and Catherine Sullivan Mary and fosse Lawler Mrs Thomas Keena and Mrs Rose Ansback The Ladies Auxiliary will also have delegate from Ashland Covington Newport and Paris and with the State offs cerB and County President will cast nine votes In the conventi- onCITIZENSHIP hatAdvances Progress of a People Must Be Useful Declaring It every mans duty take active part in politics Frank A Imith thus defined citizenship at the thollc EducationalI AssocIation lion of no accidental impulse of the moment but the srowly ripened fruit of Providence and of time the witness of all the ages to the reality am ighteousness of human freedom The success of our Government and the progress of our people are the yonder and envy of the nations of the world Scarcely over a century has passed since Washington led hi mall army of patriots in their battle for freedom and in that short period of time we have so advanced that wi iead all countries in thought Industry and commerce The progress of our republic from its start and through the years 6f conflict and upheaval has been due to the manhood of its citizens Our willingness tc help one another to profit by experience and to stand as a unit in time of trouble and distress has raised our citizenship to the highest state To strengthen these conditions and to continue the successful progress off our Government should be the aJm- of every man and especially the atholic layman The position our country now holds can in a great measure be attributed to Its educational facilities Yet therein lurks anger for the close relatonshi tbat progressive citizenship and therefore politics holds to religion Is too often forgotten When Rome fell she was the leader of the world hII art science and literature but he lacked religion Good citizenship must be based on adherence to thle laws of morality which are the laws of God Justice should guides In all our acts for the spirit of Dure democracy is based on the will- Ingness to give thoughtful consideration to the various political ques tlonB as they arise from the others ewpotnt as well as from our own This is the just citizenship that advances the progress of a people It- must be unselfish and desire the rosperlty of the whole community Moreover it must understand that there is no social distinction in politics With righteousness based on Christian teachings as the standard the cultured and uncultured can work effectively together for the common good- FOItGET I THEIR SUPPORT Thomas F Ryan and Charles F MurphY may be all that William Jennings Bryan says they are Nevertheless they are American cit- Izens have never been accused of committing any offense against the mat code and were good enough D imocrata In past years when they- wpreI supporting the candidacy of the- man fromlNebraska I ST BtlOHAELS I IRevMartin OConnor and the people of St Michaels parish con sue the work of Improvement of- their church and its surroundings Theare now preparing for the erec- Uon of a beautiful Grotto of Lourdes I In the church Plans fortherem- odeling of the pariah school have been made by Architect Gaffney and it is expected to Boon begin the eraction of a new building I r n l tI1 DEMOCRATS Hnro Royal Chance to WAn in Coming Presidential Race Need Less Than UnIt of the Doubtful Electoral Vote for Success Must Get Rid of Bigots Who oiposo Tfift oii Account of Fairness KNOTT AND THE JONAH POST Prospects are bright for the election of the Democratic ticket In Nov mber according to the New York Herald which publishes a chart of the reasonably sure Democrat States and the reasonably sure Republican States in addition to a Ust of the doubtful States several c f which to an unbiased outsider look like to be a cinch for the Democrats The following is the prpbab lineup and their electoral vote Democratic Arizona 3 Oklahoma 10 Texas 20 Missouri 18 Arkansas 9 Louisiana 10 Mlssli ilppi 10 Kentucky 13 Tennessee 12 Alabama 13 Georgia 14 Florida 6 South Carolina 9 Nort Carolina 12 Virginia 12 total 171 Republican New Hampshire 4 Vermont 4 Rhode Island 6 Pennsylvania 38 Michigan 15 Illlnoii 29 Minnesota 12 Iowa 13 South Dakota 5 Wyoming 3 Utah 4 Washington 7 California 13 Delaware 3 total 155 DoubtfulMfaine 6 Massachv ictts 18 Connecticut 7 New Jersey 14 New York 45 Maryland 8I West Virginia 8 Ohio 24 Indiana 15 Wisconsin 13 North akota 5 Nebraska 8 Kansas 10 Montana 4 Colorado 6 New Mex- Ico 4 Idaho 4 Nevada 3 i Oregon 5I total 207 Total number of votes in Electoral Jollege 532 necessary to a choice 167 Republicans reasonably sure 155 Democrats reasonably sure 170 doubtful 207 The Republicans to win must get 112 doubtful votes while the Demo rats only need ninetyseven woJ rseYGov Wlso otes can be counted reasoriabl ure for the Democrats which leaves hem short only sixtyeight votfes- out of the other 178 necessary ti win If Rooesvelt enters the race it will be a walkover for the Democrats but many believe the Roosevelt movement is only a fizzle and will not materialize Here in Kentucky the exJPresldents chances have Improved since the desertion of Dick Knott and the Evening Post who are now clamoring for Wllsoi or anyone eles to beat Taft who Is- not popular with the Guardians of Liberty followers here In the Post ffice and In the event of Wilsons election Dick Knott is going to ask- for their reappointment President Tarts fairness in the treatment ot Catholic matters has not at all been leasing to the rabid A P As and their followers and their advocacy of Roosevejt in the recent Republl can primaries was only a blind to mask their real feeling in the matter The appointment of Supreme Justice White the rescinding of alentlnes order in the Indian school case and the calling to account of the bigot Tom Watson for sending obscene matter through the malls attacking the nuns has served toii arraign the Guardians of Liberty and the fanatics against President Taft For favoring the Catholics in these matters No simply tor according Justice and right to tho fIt- teen million Catholics in this coun trYwho are all loyal to the flag It- the Democrats win they must get rid of this element at the otuse- tCAPTURES BI ienntaCpnventlct f n n of the Knights of St John The biennial convention of the nights of St John one of the big gest Catholic military and civic fraternal societies of this country has Jeen practically captured for Louis vllle for 1914 Col Paul J Breeri who represented the Louisville con anderies at the convention Just held in Toronto returned last week with every assurance that Louis vllleJ5 invitation would be accepted CotJ Breen went to Toronto armed with Inv tatfonB from the Louisville Convention and Publicity League Mayor yv O Head and Goy James B McCrearTi as well as A cordial vitation from the Kentucky Grand mmandery Added to these will be a cordial invitation from the District Commandery when the Su- prema Board assemble here at the nvention of the American Feder- atlonof Catholic Societies next monthat which time they will formally ratify the convention call for mlsville in 1914 Col iBreen stated the attendance at Toronto was about 10000 much less than o usual attendance owing to the eat distance most of the delegates ire compelled to travel He pre jlctsIthat the attendance atthel U l j 1Q 1 nL Louisville convention iin 1914 wlll be not less than 20b0- 0CATIOLIO RN1G TS Annual Celebration Mpiv day at Fontaine Terry Park- The Central Committee has made extra preparation for the annual celebration of the Catholic Knights of America of the Falls Cities at Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday afternoon and evening when every amusement device In that popular resort will be tIn full operation These annual gatherings have been the means of bringing together the Catholics of the three cities for Ii day of real enjoyment and have now come to be known asC K of A day Capt Oscar Mater and his com ralttee have left hbthlng undone an the park management offers a Us of attractions thatvequals any ever seen here tt There are seventeen branches of the Catholic Knights of America 1iIn Louisville Jefferspnvillo and Nev Albany and with all represented this outing should bring out the banne Attendance of the season Free c9u1 pon tickets have been Issued entitling the holder to a chance on the 5 gold piece which Is offered as a prize As the proceeds will be used in provic Ing a handsome float and entertaIn Ing the Supreme officers during the federation convention it Is eai neatly hoped Knight wt1l that his neighbors and friend Iniglttt I celebration that has taken place thiB rear and the action of the Central Committee deserves appreciationIi RECENT DEATHS if The funeral opLeo William Scan lOll son of Martin and Josephin canlon 1803 rest Main street ook place Wednesday with Interment In St Louis cemetery A wide circle of friends extend sympathy to the parents in ttlrbereavement The funeral oTMlss Sarah Welsh resIIdenceI lay evening ofJist week was heldlrom St PatrlcVsj church and l attended by t arge number of mourning frlendsRw Thursday mcirilat St Cecilia church the rites were heht over theHsfoins of damess i anlny son tt1i Ijr II and the 1 i atrtck GnujeyI at his ken q h s cer a y- will s be sadly missed Many friends and acquaintances tend heartfelt sympathY to Arthur and Frederica Tryxell 713 Fehr ave nul whose home was cast In deepest loom by the death of their brleh file fiveyearold son James Ed wlrd The funeral was held Sunday afternoon tho remains being tenderly laid to rest In a grave moist with tears of parents and relatives Mrs Mary Harkins widow of the late John Harkins died Monday at- hor residence 1731 Bank street at the age of sixtyseven years For many years she was a resident of the West End and a respected member of St Patricks church from where the funeral took place Wednesday morning Mrs Harkins Is survived by three sons Hugh John and ichael Harkins Following a brief illness Mrs Rose Kupper wife of tHen Iupper 710 East Madison street was called Into eternity Sunday morning Mrs upper was born here fortysix yearB ago and before her marriage was Miss Rose iForstlng Besides her husband she leaves two daughters Misses Ida Marie and Lillian Kupper and two sisters and three brothers Her funeral was held Tuesday morn Inlt from St Johns church Rev Father Schuhmann being the cele brant at the solemn mass of requiem Returning from mass Sunday lorningt Benjamin Schuette well known in the West End was stricken with heart disease at the home of- his mother Mrs Mary Schuette 221- North Twentyfirst street and three hours afterward was pronounced dead The deceased had been com ialning for a week but felt better arter his walk Sunday morning and thE stroke was so sudden that he ecplred before physicians Could reach him His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Anthonys church CLASS ON FLOAT The Alumnae of Presentation Academy will be represented by a tloat In the parade in honor of the iAmerican Federation of Catholic So leUesln this city next month The class of 192 will be posed on the tl at which will bet ono of the ndsojnest In the parade Miss idle Doyle originated the float I scheme and the plan was prepared j by Walter Hl11erlchjj DELEGATES ELECTED i I Unity Council Y M L of New Albany will be ably represented at- Ule Indiana Grand Council which I meets at Terre Haute August 13 to I 15 Unity wilt send as delegates ii- Messrs John Pontrjch George CarrIck redO Reisz and Louis Lemke with Urban Zoeller Jacob Re1n Carl Retez arid Julius Arm brullter as alternates The Indiana JurlsdlcUonhas Badeamarked gain j I conJyantlouJ r FEDERATION Programme For the Great Catholic Convention Rearing Completion Apostolic Delegate Bonzano Has A ceptetl Invitation to Be Present lion John S Rhea and Lieut Gov McDermott to Deliver Addresses WORK ON FLOATS PROGRESS Chairman E J Cooney of the Convention Committee of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies is able to announce this week part of the programme forthe convention which will begin Its Bel slons in Louisville on August 18 The Most Rev Archbishop Bonzano D D Apostolic Delegate In Washington has accepted an Invitation to be present as well as the Most Rev Sebastian J Messmer of Milwaukee and the Right Rev James A Mc Faul Bishop of Trenton The latter two are already down for addresses Archbishop Messmer will speak con Sunday the opening day of the celebration and Bishop McFaul will speak on the Tuesday follow ng Other distinguished members of the hierarchy are also to be present but as definite assurances have not yel been secured from them the liberty of announcing their names has not been assumed by the ConXantli CommitteeBesides these distinguished prelates Chairman Coney Is able to tln pounce that the Hon John S Chew and the Rev Father James Burk who are prominent in education work will deliver addresses Beside s these outoftown speakers the Hon John S Rhea former member iof Kentuckyltorlcal ability and the Hon Edward I McDermott have been engaged 1Ito deliver addresses at the Armory Assurances continue to come tto both the local and national committees that the A r MooUon will be- n a able Ip1 at le 00 debate pad about 40 ovlsltora5vlll JMdJjthel oval committees are hard at work arranging to take care of that number To do this will require a very arge outlay of money and it Is veI1 mportant that a special effort be node at once to dispose of the combination books which is the chic nethod by which funds are to be raised At a meeting of the Convention Committee recently held it was equested that all who have dispose of books send in the money to the finance authorities at once so that 1 It nay be decided when the raftlin vlll take place for the variou articles It is believed that a larg number of the books will be Bold luring the next ten days but it iIs urged that those who have sold any number at all report at once the exact status The committee having in hand the work of rranVng f5r the big parad and preparing the floats are the cost active and there is some considerable rivalry between the various ongregatlons as to which one will have the best turnout Col Johi H Whallen is still of opinion tha the parade will be one of the grand eBt ever seen in the South Variou meetings of the nineteen convention ommittees to arrange for the convention were held during the week the hot weather only adding to tbe nthuslasm of those who have to do with the arrangements TAKE VOWS oulsvllle Young Men Who Become Xaverlan Brothers On Friday of last week at Balti more at the solemn and impressive services following the annual retreat of the Xayerian Brothers at fount 0t Josephs College thirteen oung men made a solemn renunciation of their lives by the prpfessloi of opverty chastity and obedience the three vows of the congregation anil thereby Joined the great Catholic teaching order Among the number professed were five young men from this city Edwin Cooke mbroso S Clark M lienjarnir Tlscoll Simon Jt Worland and Andrew J Ferry who will be known sapectively as Brothers Edwin 311 erius Ambrose Bertran and tephen Many friends of the young men Were present to witness the ireniony among whom were Dan lei J Driscoll and the Misses Ferry ort Louisville The newly created brothers were former pupils at St avlers College and have a wide acquaintance in this city PROVED FATAL The sad news spread rapidlY ouday morning that Frank Mulloy affeur for the Water Company jbad died of tetanus at his home 143 Fourth street the result of a fight wound he received the week prevloul when the hub of his ma I i IllJ I chine struck his leg At the time of the accident the unfortunate was showing another employe manI to operate the automobile ing him are his parents Mr and Mrs James Mulloy two brothe John and Henry Mulloy and one sister Miss Mamie Mulloy Funeral and requiem mass were held Wednesday at St Michaels church when Rev iFather Martin OConn paid a feeling tribute to the life of the deceaseji who was always a dutiful son and upright young man FATHER FELTEN Received bv POOR PI jw XI Who Bestows His Blessing The Rev Father Francis Felte rector of St Augustines church for colored Catholics who is now BO journlng In Europe on a vacatio writes to the Kentucky Irish American under date of Rome June 21 telling of his visit to the Eternal City where he will sojourn for sometime Father Felten left New York In company with his friendIJi Lefevre of Louisville on the steamship Lusltanla on May 29 They had a pleasant voyage enjoying good health during the trip On Monday June 3 writes I Father Felten we were Balling along the southern coast of dear old Ireland Queenstown came in sight I sent greetings from all her BonB and daughters In Louisville to the old mother country That was the best I could do as the ship never stopped and landed us the snme evening about 11 oclock in Fist guardFather Felten then tells of bis visit to London and of his imp es alone of the great metropolis He also tells of his trip to Ostend from London thence to Brussels and tIto Rome where he Intends remaining for some time He promises to wrlte to the Kentucky Irish America again so soon as he is rested HIB letter is very Interesting and highly appreciated Since writing the fore glrig Father Felten was received by the Hobi Father and received lbls blessing tfo the members and friends of St An Justines congregation v A 1 I IUETREATSi Season Fraught With Numberless Blessings No- wjpasslng aught with numtierle byessings for th aVraullne Ittns Bd fir431stThffrst ortrn a r the Ursuline Order began with a high mass on Sunday morning at the Sacred Heart Academy at Crescen Hill and the second will begin to morrow morning and continue hroughout the week Both are beI ng conducted by Franclscai Fathers who came from Syracus for this special purpose An im iresslve solemnity will mark tho lose of tVese retreats on Sunday July 14 when fourteen young ladles will pronounce perpetual vows and thus betroth themselves irrevocabl to their heavenly bridegroom Jesui Christ The annual retreat for the Sister of Charity at Nazareth began last Tuesday and will close on July 19 St Vincent de Pauls day Severa or the Sisters from this city went to icxlngton and made the retreat hat closed July 4 at St Catherines Academy Following the Nazaretl otreat will take place the election for Mother General to succeed the ate Mother Eutrbpla Sister Rose First Assistant Mother now acting In the former capacity nOME AGAIN I ICol Henry Bosquet and wife who have been spending the past three tonths in Europe arrived home uesday both In Jhe best of health I Their tour included the principal ojnts of Interest in Germany France Switzerland and Italy While In Rome they were granted an audience by Pope Plus X They brought I home with them many souvenirs from the Eternal City TAKING HIGHER COURSE Mother Angela Directress of the acred Heart Academy at Crescent hill accompanied by Sister Domin- Ica left last week for the purpose of attending the Calhollc Summer chool course at Washington D C Sister Mary Joseph and Sister Mlrl ani also of Sacred Heart Academy are taking special courses at the Unclnnatl Conservatory of Music I IlIDmUIAL FOUNTAIN The Catholic Mayor of Boston the Hon John F Fitzgerald has ar ringed through the Massachusetts B P C A to build a beautiful rlnklng fountain for horses birds dogB and men In memory pf his mother It will be located at the Junction pf several streets near the arvard medical buildings When talking about it he said with ev Menl emotion I have felt that III- no way could I better honor my dear mothers memory than by erecting In her name a fountain for dumb 11animals IVURTIt BETTER Richard Wurth 0 F M- Pl8torof St Boniface church who- has been suffering from a severe atI tack of rheumatism is reported as- much Better and therefore there s- much rejoicing by the members of- the congregation i- lJ o f Lr I SUBJECTS T Coming Bolore the National Conterenee ol Catholic SoclUrB u The Protection of Young Girls Will Receive Marked Attention Plans lHoStSociety THE FEDERATION OF WOMEN of Sls expected that at the meeting Catholic UnlvrBlty22 23 24 I receivemarked agotheproblemsInvolved asthework of protection has developed largercitiesreceivedfromwork has been undertaken by Cath olics Methods will be studied and ongCatholiclookeIntoIntoWhether forCatholicaloneIncooperation with the national and the local movements looking toward the same end is not yet clear It will be necessary to convene those who protection meeting of the conference In order lo give them an opportunity to complete their work For some years the problem of federating catholic womens or= janlzatlons has been receiving much mention in Catholic circles A stard was made toward it in Richmond 1I14 11908 The question was open again at the National Conference Catholic Charities In Washing tFen years ago although but 1- 1proltlss toward a clear underst ng of Vims and scope was Again the i roblem recelv attention at ureqatlonal me theSt Vincent de Eaitl So- Ooelbn In nrLIt Biker rThe main question Is on the inclusion of- aU Catholic womens organizations other than fraternal or on the separate federation of organizations charityI efforts referred n to a movement has been started toward the separate federation of romens organizations which are now connected with the American Federation of Catholic Societies The eneral question of federation will be discussed at tho August meeting of the Federation in Louisville It iBi hoped that by means of the Louls vllle discussion in August and of that at Washington in September omo definite plan may be evolved rhlch will give general satisfaction Thor work of reorganization of the St Vincent de Paul Society as outlined in its national convention in loston In June 1911 Is nearly completed It is expected that the committees and the leaders In the St Vincent de Paul Society will take ccaslon at the time ot the National Conference of Catholic Charities to omplete their work As already an ounced the plan of reorganizationr contemplates the creation of a coun cn in each archdiocesan city and the nlflcatlon of all of these councils II- one In national upper council with eadquarters probably at Washing I ton The plan has already rqcelved the endorsement of the AmericanI hierarchy and of the Superior General of the St Vinent de Paul Society In Paris- DNISiON PROSPERING At the regular meeting of Division 4 A O H In Bertrand Hall Monday eironing reports for the quarter end- ling June 30 were read Financial Secretary Langan and Treasurer I Downey being complimented by the Finance Committee on the correct neS9 and completeness of their records I SergeantatArms John Cole man was present after being laid up Bome time from an Injury to his In acostal Patrick Price was reported on the sick list being the only member of the division now ill A propo slUon was received from the man = cement of The Confession to play I uttderthe auspices of the division at- the Walnut Theater in the fall and resident Hennessy appointed John J Barry TJ Langan and Thomas Lynch to bring the matter up before thie County Board Michael Welsh the veteran member of Division 4- told pf his experiences at the recent picnlcand suggested that Bernard uldpon be given full charge of the refreshments in the future as he treated the veteran to an everlasting suppy of his favorite dlllbIcec- ream MOVES TO CAPITAL John A MoDermotW the newly appointed Chief Engineer at the State Capitol was here this past week l1ISfamilythe latchstring will always the outside for his Louisville vlaltlng at Frankfort A o- IfYL c- UU df F I I d- I1ciI i 4 XaXSH A 31Ti YC4AN 1 B t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN tltried to the Social mad Moral A4n nceiM9tnt of Irish Americans and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of HIbernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights ui America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 6 t the L oUvlll Poetortleee SeeondClM letter f fBatredI to the KEN1UCKY IWSH AMERICAN 31921 West keei St TRADES U COUNCIL t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 33 1912 itIlEAvr HANDICAP t The national Democratic ticket has a hard row to travel in this sec- tionr the Evening Posts edito- Dick Knott announcing his support of Wilson and Marshall The Jonah editor Is a veritable old man of the sea i I I TIlE RIGHT WAY The Milwaukee Citizen points out that certain Catholics imagine that the best method of promoting the Interests of the church is to cavil and quarrel with everyone they meet They are always arguing acrtImonyI not satisfied with a quiet and calm discussionwhen they seo a suitable time and place or with putting in aI seasonable word now and againI They are under the impression that they will convert this country by their arguments and much speaking An argument has an attraction to many minds There is a certain1 delight in giving and receiving hard loghal knocks It affords too an fcplJortunlty for persons to display their attainments and panders verye much to an extravagant over selff estimation But America will never be converted In this way Of course we do not say that a Catholic should avoid discussions We admit that he may seek occasions for them when and where there is a prospect t of doing good or defending ot teaching the truth But we ca and do have too much of this To assist in the great work ofIf bringing our native land Into the old It Is not neecssary to be a nest to be rich or to sacrifice es life The conversion of entry lies with the laity The mple of good livesa faltuful Ion to every duty Will do than all the ControversialI re in the xoYld Give us a ous laity and the Gov Wilson will receive notification of his nomination for the Presidency at Seagirt on August 7 when he will sound the keynote of the campaign The Democratic I nominee is being deluged with proffers of support from all classe and sections of the country Editor OMahoney who know Gov Marshall says of his tion All Indiana and particular the Catholics here will rejoice ait the honor that came to Gov Thomas R Marshall The Indiana Demo cratic delegation did well to stay with him so long- Appreciation from the Little Southern Guardian On the lous Fourth the Kentucky Iris American completed another year o f usefulness May the Kentucky Irish American live long and prosper r That Gov Wilson comes from Irish ancestry will not lose him th support of the real guardians of lib1 erty The Wilsons of which he Is ai descendant came from County Down The IrelandIo III officiated at the child marriage there last week is just as guilty as I i the young fellow charged with perjury Both should bo severely punished Phe veils which many women war over their faces were better used if worn as covering for theirI bodies Until they wear moreI clothes they should hide their faces I i With Wilson and Marshall the Democratic nominees the A P AII bas lost again Both have been open In their expressions of friend ship for the Catholic churchy UNITED IRISH LEAGUE t National President Michael JII R anof the United Irish League ofI Isixthi II I j t 1 Septtembert meetingfnthI u lcoli the evening of September 28 closing with a banquet to the 4 delegate at Atlantic City on Sep ClareandI leader will come over and reIIJ8lil the home organization at the ventionltI aII oIt1JIIN DAYS XAOE I ry Edward Macksy Ser alien DeUeilr Prank Smith J H Ridge Rob Will J lMtvt and r Lieut William Conliffe of the Louisville police force are enjoyin the annual ten days vacation granted by the Board of Safety LieurGeorge Clifford Frank Driscoll J P Connelly John D Carroll J J Lepplng Sergeant H G Baker and George W Smith will don citizens clothes and hie away to rest resorts for the ensuing ten days JIACK1N COUNCIL Has Seventeen Clergymen I On Membership List I Frank Adams presided over a wel attended meeting of Mackin Council this week when announcement was made that there were now seventeei1 I clergymen on the membership list which certainly speaks well for the standing of this organization A letter was read from the Rev Father I Francis Felten from Rome stating that he had been granted a privet audience by the Holy Father Pope Plus X who bestowed his blessing upon Mackin Council and its members Father Felten promises some interesting Information when he re turns in September I Mackln will send six delegates t I the Grand Council at Owensboro 0111 August 4 when a special will bo run over the Henderson route from this city The committee having 1ii11i charge the Federation parade re ported everything in good shape Th- Y e MI will show up well with Rev Father Martin Weltekamp O M C Chaplain of Mackin Council at Kiie head clunIJ i house is now in fine Kipo for theI reception of vlsito during the Catholic Federation convention A ten nis tournament is being arranged that will bb Interesting the prizes for whim will be announced later John McDermott was taken from the- Ir sck list and Ben Reed was reported cOnvalescent tFred J Hoffman was put on the sick list and the condl tion of Joseph Gathof remains unchanged Before adjourning Dr M Casper was called upon and delivered an address of much i t V RACTIOXS r alretty Rivervlew Park now In the zenith of Its popularity is at trading pleased thousands to Its gates every week That the attrac tlons offered are meeting with the Icfavor of discriminating pleasure seekers is plainly evidenced by the large patronage The performance of the Rlverview players whlcl draw crowded houses nightly th- Don I Phlllpplnl band concerts wit Miss Lehmann as soloist Bessie the 11diving Venus In her exhibitions iin the pool and the dance pavilion an all centers of special Interest The offering of the players for next week will be high class and should attrac the seasons largest audiences Ii11 the park Don Phillppinl and Misi Lehmann will render fourteen new I programmes and Friday night they l will play the favorite pieces request- k ed before Wednesday IhDAMI CLUB ENTERTAINS v The St Charles baseball club of the Catholic Baseball League will i entertain with a euchre lotto and I lawn fete on the grounds adjoining g St Charles Borromeo church Twen tyseventh and Chestnut streets- e next Wednesday and Thursday after noons and evenings July 17 and 18 and assisted by the ladles of the parish will serve supper from 6 to 7j supperI3 and a banner be on hand as guests of the West End athletes Games called at 3 and 8 oclock VISITING NEW YORK The Rev Thomas S McGovern Who has accomplished wonderful work since becoming prior of St Louis Bortrands church Is visiting In New York and will not return before July 26 at is said Father Mc Govern contemplates making a number of changes and Improvements In that church one of the largest and most beautiful In this diocese MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Central Chapter Catholic Order of Foresters will glye a moonlight ex cursion on the new steamer Corona on Monday evening July 22 and the Committee of Arrangements Is pre paring a special musical programme for that evening Boat will leave the First street dock at S oclock and tickets are twentyfive cents each IST LOUIS BBBTRANDS last Sunday and continuing until September the high mass atit Louis Bertrams church will be sang at 9 oclock and the one at 1030 will be a low mast BBTTBB THAN MONEY t Money is a good thing especially In these time but there Is something much more valuable It iAl1 character the congcioBsneMi fa J pure and honorable lIfeThi itIshould be a young mans aim to pre J sutra at nYOOIIt 1 0 r SOCIETY f 1VMMM Miss Victoria McCarthy is in St Louis visiting her brotherII lefethe first of the week for Boston and the East I Miss Mary Rose Morlarlty left last week to spend the summer at Spring field III I I I Ii Miss Beczio Hannan has returnd from a visit to Miss Marie Walsh in Chicago i Miss Margaret Finnegan of Clifton had Miss Susie Cox as a week end guest 1Miss Mary K Giles has returned from a visit to Miss Jessie Hill Carrollton at1I William H Kaiser has been a sojourner at Olympian Springs for the past week I Miss Corlnno Lyons left Mondo for a ten days visit to friends at I I I BloomfieldII Joying a delightful visit with Mann at Bardstown MissIII I II1IIss Anna McLaughlin has visiting at Carlisle the guest of and Mrs John R Conley MrI Mrs M V Meehan has gone to Maine to visit her daughter MrSullivan at Peako Island MrsI Miss Nannie Xially of Portland arI rived home last week after attend Ing a house party In New York Miss Mary Virginia Campbell spent Fourth of July week as theI guest of Miss Lyda Litsey at Bards townjMrs George Kannapel hail as her guest for a week dome Flora Albany Heights Miss artgan of Newr Miss Helen Qolinaughton has gone to Avondaey la to spend the sum mer wlth Jfer aunt Mrs WllliaiI Carney r neldon Caron and wife and w Slaughters Sadie and Margery have moved out to Jeffersontown for the summer Miss Maggie Lander has returne I from Carlisle where she spent tin Fourth with her sister Mrs Kate Kennedy Capt Harry laffan is enjoying i1 season of rest and recreation at WestII Baden Springs where he Is an annual visitor John Silk returned Tuesday fromI a tour of theprin Bputhern cit tea JnolmliiBl ilinta rindL I Dr A D JSlivan and MFE ulll van of Coving on were week ent visitors here and were registered a the Watterson Mr and Mrs Matthew Corcoran1 and daughter Miss Anna Belle are enjoying a ten days sojourn at West Baden Springs Mrs M J Ross and Miss Helene Sullivan are home from a visit to Sulphur where they were guests of Mrs H W Elliott i Miss Annie McGill of this city will sail next Thursday with Mrs 0 P Thompson of Minneapolis for Paris and London Mrs Lottie McCloy of Frankfort t avenue has been entertaining this week her sister Miss Margaret Con roy of Lexington Mrs William Larkin and son Will pf South Louisville have re turned from a visit to Mrs James Larkin at Colesburg Mrs Pus Monyhan Applegate of Los Angeles formerly of New Al bany is visiting her cousin Mrs Charles P Fink in this city I Mrs Roy McDoughal and Miss Regina Hennessy are visiting inI Buffalo as the guests of Mrs JamesIi Edwards formerly of this city I atII S J Snowden of the local freight department of the I C railroad willI i leave tomorrow for a trip through Western Kansas on his vacation Misses Alma Kearney and Queen Votteler will return next week from Ellzabethtown where they are vslt Ing Mr and Mrs Brown Singleton Mrs Martin Donahue qf Crescent Hill Is in Washington where she will remain until September the guest of her sister Mrs McQueen Mrs Mary Clines 521 West Brecklnrldge bas had with her this week her young grandson Master Thomas Clines of Grainger Court Attorney William A Perry and bride are home from their bridal trip and for several weeks will be with the Misses Rose and Josephine PerryThe engagement of Miss Marie S Heverin and Lee T Worland Is an nbunced the marriage to take place at St Johns church Tuesday Aug uit 27- Mrs Walter Bouche of the Mar I tana entertained last week with t cards in compliment to Miss Edith 1 louche of this city who was visiting In Covington w+ Mrs Emma Sheehan of South oulsvllle has gone to Chicago where she will spend the summer months with her daughter Mrs August Heady N Since last Sunday morning the happiest scan in the Louisville Faehyllle yards Is Bdward OHearn who Is now the father of a future Iallway king that the Stork left at h ife home 11W rzaaa utreet All ih p D week friends and neighbors have been congratulating the proud par ents IMiss Viola Cain entertained with a five hundred party Tuesday in honor of Miss Marguerite McConnell of St Louis the guest of Miss Virginia Trumper Irs Rose Henley 2014 Dank sisterIwho is being extensively entertained by her friends here IThe patriotic little citizen who arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs Phil J Sandmann on the Fourth of July has been christened Philip Jefferson Sandmann Edward Wolfe son of the local grocer who was operated on in Chi cago is expected home tomorrow and is recovering rapidly from the effects of the operation IJohn A OConnor machinist with and I Bridge Company Is re calving congratulations over the arrival of a lovely baby girl at his home 2212 Portland avenue Mrs GeorgoC Leachman and family left Sunday for Bayvlew Mich where they will spend the summer Dr Leachman will Join them the latter part of August Charles Reising of 1201 Market street has gone to rMrs Mass her old home to spend I I with her brother Patrick Kelly a leading business man at city ofII fII IMiss Hattie Higgins 732 South street left Wednes I d1ay to spend her vacation In Chi cago where she will be the guest of DV and Mrs Elberg Johnson who was Miss Alma Ames of this city en A Kruse and wife who have bee celebrating their wedding an Inlversary by an extended Northernt trip spent last week in Cincinnati and Dayton and are now In Effing ham 111 from where they will go to Chicago I IIMrs W S Ackley 1707 High ave nue entertained a number of friends on Thursday evening of last week inI honor of her daughter Miss Rose I line who has returned home fromI I the Academy Notre Dame de Sion Marshall Mo to spend her vacation A little girl arrived at the homo II pastII man on Virginia avenue The chris toning will take place at Holy Cross and will bo followed by a great fam- ilyI gathering of relatives of the I happy parents 1 A pretty wedding was solemnized at a nuptial mass at St Marys I WednesdayIcame the bride ot John A Smith A large number of fri nds of the couple witnessed the ceremony which was formed by tfce Rev Father I Capt Michael McAuliffe of the I Second police district is spending his two weeks vacation at Dawson Springs SUCCESSFUL OPERATION I Frankfort friends arid relatives ot Mrs George Salendar are rejoiced over tho news that the operation she underwent at St Josephs In I firmary in this city has proved most successful and that she is now on the road to complete recovery She was accompanied to Louisville by I MissIher during her Illness I EHRMANN WILL ENTERTAIN I Hilmar Ehrmann will entertain the members of the Queen of Nel son Bowling Club and a number of their friends at the New Galt House next Wednesday evening with a ban I quet Short talks will be made by Col R W Brown A F Martin S P Owen Fred Stengel and others i SPLENDID PROGRESS IRev Father Jansen and the peo pie of St Briglds parish are makipg rapid progress with the laying of the I foundation for their splendid new church structure ArrangementsII will soon be commenced for the cornerstone laying which will be thoI most notable Catholic event that hasI yet taken place in the Highlands FOUR MORE GAMES Including todays game at Kansas City Manager Jack Haydens Col onels have four more games with Tebeaus club and should be able to break even at least as the Blues are not going at such a fast clip as when under the management of Danny Shay who gave the Kansas City peo ple the best team since Its advent into the American Association The Colonels had rough sailing at MI1I waukEe who have fattened theilI average and standing on the Louis title team at every meeting and I who under Hugh Duffys manage J ment will go into the first division before long After the Kansas City series Louisville will Journey to St I Paul for four games and should do theIat present from salary troubles etc While Manager Haydn has Injected new lifer into the Colonels the fans here are unanimous in the opinion that he made a serious mistake in placing Hallmatf in the lineup in stead of Meloan who was improving all the time 1 OIIAMPLAIN MONUMENT I I The Champlain monument which has been erected in honor of the I great Catholic pioneer at Plattaburg Y under the direction of the Tri Centenary Commission was unveiled with gala festivities on Saturday tJ- Gov Dix of New ork and Count e LaRocoo were he guests of oner and Hon A Hedges of J ew York deliveftB the principal co p MOONLIGHT EXCURSION- BY CENTRAL CHAPTER CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS- ON THE NEW CORONA Monday Evening July 22 1912 TICKETS 25 CENTS Music Dancing and Refreshments Boat leaves lit and River at 8 p m F FERRYThe XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Dally Matluees including Sun day all seats lOc Night lOc and 2Oc Free Concerts By Natltllos Band MANY NEW ATTRACTIONS THE BIO PA- RKRIVERVIEW The Show Place of the South Open Day and Evening- With n variety of amusement affording a huge treat to the thousands of men women and children of Louisville Free daily concerts by Don PhiHpplnl and his band of thirtyfive SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wbarfboat foot of Third street every Sunday at 9 a m goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Ghost flu Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of th=lr kind in the city E oks Magazines and Religious Articles Jot saicairai Views of Ireland I IGenuine Photographs 6x8 inches Make beautiful pic tures when framed Price 15c each two for 25c M CRREEDON 4543 Cottage Grove Ave- Chicago Ill l All the late and new Styles and Shape pricesCall A Scapular Medal Free Scapular medals have been au thprlzed by tho church to be worn Instead of scapulars We will send you one free if you subscribe for the Child Apostle a sixteen page chil drens monthly costing only twenty five cents yearly It is edited by a priest especially for little ones and filled with instructions short stories and pictures Stamps will do Ad dress The Child Apostle 1133 Mc Cormick building Chicago ill address There was a street parade in the morning and a dress review i I at the United States Military Res ervation near Cliff Haven Follow Ing the festivities Gov Dlx and his staff together with the Monument Commission and the speakers of the occasion were the guests at an in formal reception at the Catholic j Summer School of America Cliff HavenIIII Its all over but the shouting President Taft can not be reelected on account of his Popish tendencies and Gov Wilsons case Is hope less as his private secretary Is a Jesuit At least so says the Boston American Citizen CA P AWbot- hen sake the Providence Visitor will be elected I Why the candidate of the Guardians of Liberty to bo nominated at a convention which IsII scheduled to take place In Atlantic City during the month ot August Let the ticket be Miles and Watson NICE SUPPER DISH For a supper dishon Sunday night cut rounds of bread lay on a bin slice of cheese and on top ot that a thin piece of bacon Place In II the oven and cook tmtll the bacon withgeeOa 0 II rEUrlPRICI3S I NOW ON ALL OVER THE HOUSE Choice of bur Finest tfM4 fP Suits in Mens and Youths Vl7lt K I J Values up to 500 iin Boys 250Suits p Suits Values up to 750 iin Boys fr 400-e Values up to 10 iin BoysII Suits OUU 150Boys 0Suitsl Furnishings Hats and Shoes at the same kindof cut prices Dont wait therell be nothing better IEr SAND MARKET lTHIRD C K OF A DAYjj MONDAY JULY 15 1912 FONTAINE FERRY PARK Under Auspices of Central Committee Free Coupons and Chance For 5 Prize in Gold Special Musical Programme and all manner ofattrac tions Join with the Catholic Knights for an evening of realenjoyment No extra charges and free concert LORETTO ACADEMY FOUNDED IN 18J2 LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY Conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross Charming location healthful environment A high standard maintained for one hundred years in culture edt a ion i ci Sp c a tention to music art languages Nerinx P O Ky ST BENEDICTS COLLEGE ATOHISON KANSAS The Leading Catholic Educational Institution Select Boardiug School for Boys and Young Men Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers CoursesPreparatory Academic Collegiate and Business Buildings fireproof and moderu campus extensive Location unsurpassed iu point of health Students limited Terms 240 per year Write for catalog REV D LAVERY O S B Director Academy of the Sacred HeartCR- ESCENT HILL LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS This beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man stands on an eminence overlooking the pike leading to Cherokee Park distant facultyIsElocution ClassicalConservatorlesSchool every opportunity is afforded The classes pursue a thorough course In pencil crayon and charcoal drawing in oil water colors pastel and china paint ing For illustrated catalogue containing full information address MOTHER DIRECTRESS PO St Matthews Ky Sacred Heart Academy Water Consumers Semiannual bills are now due Last day for discount July 15 1912 It has been the custom of some of our cousumers to pay no attention to the discount period This is POSITIVE NOTICE that after JULY 15 there will be no discount allowed on any bill coming in affer that date PAY NOW AND 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AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wbofaule Deal era In Finest Brands of Ken tacky Wblektes especially Pearll afNelsoriJf JPT BD IN BOND Trt plieatiS4L 234 StXTMiTMCT i 1 i THOMAS KEENAN Fiimral Dirictor and Eikalmr TELEPHONE all AU calla promptly attended to day or alghtII Carriage farnUhtd for an ooajioai I 1225 W MARKET ST HBOSSESON1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Cf 1Q EBUR AY7fSfiTI- Tirobooisn c FOURTHMRovived and Greatness oi Our Republic Never a More PralBewortli Record Than Tlmt ollts Founders I Power Without Despotism and Liberty Wlthout- Anarchy FREE PEOPLE AND FREE LAND All our Catholic newspapers had patriotic articles on the Fourth and its observance and from the many we take the following from the Providence Visitor The celebration of the nations holiday has come and gone and the glorious traditions of the American republic have been revived The greatness and the grandness of our country the excellence and justice of its laws its freedom and Independ ence its progress and prosperity have Jill been duly emphasized and the duty of defending our institu tions and preserving the sacredIheritage of our nation has pressed upon the minds of the youtl of the land The Fourth of July of the year 1912 has done its part 1in perpetuating the patriotism am statesmanship of the men who brought forth on this continent ia- new nation conceived In liberty am dedicated to the proposition that al men are created equal There has probably never been In all the history of tho world a legislative body which has left behind It more praiseworthy record In the formation of a government than the founders of this American republic Whether or not they bullded better than they knew does not detract from their praise and even had their efforts not boon crowned with the success which the subsequent years has brought even had the form of government which they established been doomed to failure In the trial by succeeding generations and had proven Itself an empty theory or a fruitless experiment they would still be entitled to the gratitude of all mankind for their sincere devotion to the ideal they had created and the motives they had In legislating for the future prosperity of the na tion They sot up for the genera tions to come a standard of rights and respect for rights human and divine they defined the duties of those upon whom the safeguarding of these rights would devolve the history of these United States has justified thejr actions approve onfbn 44heh ie r labors and nounced them good When this republic was born anew order in the management of State affairs was proposed for Amer ica Democracythe rule of the peoplehad not at that time an honored name The story of Its career in France was no flattering recommendation and the Liberty Equality and Fraternity of the French Revolution had produced nothing but discord disorder and civil strife Though it was then stained bloody the framers of the Constitution and the signers of the Declaration of Independence In the wisdom courage and foresight saw In what had been a disastrous experiment In other lands great possibili ties for good In accepting the principle of a government by the people they sought for means to civilize It and to Christianize it and thereby to control itj in finding them them they secured for the new republic the two great blessings of civil government power without des potism and liberty without anarchy Washington declared that of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity religion and morality are Indlspenslble sup ports Religion then according to the Father of our country Is an eSe sential to the prosperity of the na ion It Is the element which added to the authority of the State and the freedom of the individual makes for he general welfare and secures for a people the due respect for law and order the reverence and obedience to higher powers so necessary for the harmony and peace and general wellbeing of tho community as a whole In granting and guarantee- Ing the Independence of State Church and individual in defining their relations oqe to the other and adjusting them so that they could operate unhampered In their own constltuItionala certain Independence for the promotion of the common happiness and progress the government born on the fourth of July 1776 leas secured blessings of civil and religious lib erty for a free people Ina free land The church has grown hero In Its vigorous life and flourished Into grandeur of proportion and the country has benefited thereby If the one feels In her heart of hearts gratitude for the freedom she enjoys she knows that her debt to the other IB more than repaid by her countless manifest contributions to the public good In temporals as weUas In spirituals THE IRISHMANS DAY How tong It requires an Irishman to become an American Is another Btory The Federal itatuea of course have their own crude opinions on the cubject but these authorities late apt to be influenced by prosata fact rather than by divine Instinct tstold of two steerage lI passengers whote steamer entered New York on the morning of the glorious Fourth that one of them an tang Lehman listened a few minutes to the tremeadpuB pannonade and cracker firing that ushered in the dawjs of freedom At last he turned to his companion and wondered G i Home Phone 5687 Cumb Mlan567 HENRY FUCH FLORIST Store 560 Fourth Avenu OPPOSITE POSTOFFlCE Greenhoiscs Charles and Texas Streets JOHN B STRUBE JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED Did It Ever StriKe You That For 15 Years We Have Made Old Hats Like New Nationaltt Jff CON J KOLB Prop PANAMA AND STRAWS CLEANED and BLEACHED Home Phone 5161 533 West Market Street Give your boys an education that win prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LonlivlUo Ky Conducted by the Xnvcrian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr WE FURNISH WALL PAPER AND HANG ISFOOT ROOM SIDES AND CEILING FO- R35O GULLEY WALL PAPER STORE Seventh and Oak Sts Cumb S 2692A Horns 6225 HENRY MOLD DHArRJN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMP E ROOM IN CONNECTIO Old Whiskies i NUT HOME PHONE 3924 prel f jJBffernan Grocery and Cafe FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIOARS AND TOBACCO N W Cor 35 h and Madison Come and see the Ball Game Every SundayHeffernans andII Best Amateur teams in the what was the meaning of all the blooming row The other smiled scornfully Arrah gwan you foreignerI This is the day we bate yees FONTAINE FERRY FEATURES Every week this season Fontaine Ferry the park beautiful has seen crowded with people and pleasures almost too numerous to men ton There Is always something to suit the taste for every one especially at the theater where the vaudeville bills have reached a high standard despite the exceptionally low admission prices prevailing The vaudeville bill booked by Manager Bllger for next week Is announced as one of unusual cost and Judging by the classy features in Its makeup will undoubtedly prove its worth as- a drawing card Natiellos band and Guy Voyer the singer will give free concerts and on Monday night will render special selections for the Catholic Knights who have arranged with Manager Bllger for their annual celebration on that afternoon and evening GARDEN PARTY AND LOTTO- A complimentary garden party and lotto will be given by the ladles of fit Columbaa church on the church grounds Thirtyfifth and Market streets Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon and evenings July 30 and 31 In addition to the euchre and lotto an elegant supper will be served and refreshments of all kinds will be on band FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours Adoration Is appointed to begin tomorrow at Holy Cross e1turchThlrtysecondand- Broadwayof which the Rev Father Henry Is now the pastor The beau tiful and solemn servIces will con tinue until Tuesday evening and a number of the local clergy will be present to assist Father Henry GAVE THEATBR PARTY Miss Jeanette Dahnenhold gave a luncheonlXhursdaYlflvenh In honor of her gueat Miss Gertrude Coven of Hamilton Ohio and Misty Florence OConnor oil lnaanapolJf f the guest of Miw RuVh OConnor s S t tr GOY DIX And Staff Guests of Catboli Summer School atCllft Haven Participate in Unveiling Cere monies of Champlain Monument The Literary Musical and Dramatic Programmes Are Excellent WILL DRAW LARGE NUMBER With Gov John A Dlx together with the members of his staff as well as the Right Rev Mgr M J Lavelle of New York City and the speakers and guests for the unveil ing ceremonies of the Champlain monument at Plattsburg on Satur day present at a Summer School re ception held on the morning of that day the oepning week of the present session at Cliff Haven proved one of the most attractive in the history of the famous Champlain vacation resort Following a brief introduc tion by the President Rev David J Hickey LL D Gov Dix took the stage and had only words of encouragement for the work being done along social and educational lines by the Champlain Assembly His Ex cellency referred to the first visit to Lake Champlain by its famous dis coverer and stated that that event had been followed by history that ever saw the territory devoted to the work of spreading Christianity and of education in general Oov Dlx also told of learning of the Cham plain Assembly while touring the continent of Europe and of hearing the Institution so praised that it heightened his interest to visit Cliff Haven and learn of the spirit that made the school famous His Ex cellency was accorded a splendid ovation at the close of his address and preceded by an escort of fifty automobiles he left the grounds to participate in the monument exer cises which were held a short distance away An anniversary solemn high mass of requiem was sung on Thursday last for the rep6se of the soul of the late Rev Gabriel A Healy founder of the cottage of that name which was the first private villa to be built on the grounds Father Healy was a patron of the assembly who never missed a season during the history of Its sessions at Cliff Haven The Healy n i was built In 1898 and e al g th ring on unday evens t gr tiall of New York clty spoke in glowing terms of Father Healy and referred to his well known kindli ness toward children The sermon delivered In the Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake on Sunday last was by the Rev P J Mahoney of the Church of the Incarnation New York City The preacher took his text from St Pauls epistle of the Sunday and dwelt on the beauty and beautifying of human life At the family gathering In the auditorium excellent numbers were enthusiastically re 1lntroducedand entertainment pro a vocal solo by Miss Lenore Ryan of New York a musical trio by the Misses and Master Carr of Montclair N J and a clever interpretation of Gallllee by Miss Marie Roche hostess at the New York cottage while the principal address was by the Right Rev Mgr Lavelle Willla Martin S T LofIROVi opened the morning lec on Monday with a series other lectureson Charles Dickens on the subject being given on Tues day and Wednesday mornings The first song recitals of the session were given on Monday and Tuesday evenings by Miss Veronica Govers of New Rochelle a well known vocalist and received splendid attention In the development of her subjects Irish music and ancient and modern English composers On Thursday and Friday mornings the lecturer was James A Rooney A B of Brooklyn who spoke on The Ancient Irish Monastic ArtI On the evenings of the same days a highly interesting series was pre sented by Hon Patrick E Callahan of Brooklyn who spoke on Heroic Men and Their Labors The College Camp gave its first camp fire on Tuesday evening last for which the large numbers at present quartered In the vale along the beach made possible a highly creditable performance Tho feature of the evening was a burlesque on Othello done in the parlance of recent times The first dramatic performance of the season is to be given on this Saturday evening by the Cliff Haven company the members of which arrived on Monday last to begin rehearsals Immediately for the forthcoming production The company is under the direction of George Lund a favorite actor of other sessions and well known at Cliff Haven I The morning lectures of the en suing week are to be by Prof Henry ZIck of New York who is to devote a weeks series to a development of the subject The Evolution of Mod ern Germany Dr Zlcjc is a graduate of Heldelburg and one of the famous lecturers on the list On Monday and Tuesday evenings the I tBrQoklynIrecitals will also be given on Thurs day and Friday evenings by Miss Eleonore M Payez of Brooklyn BIRDS BAT MUCH Moat birds eat two and one hilt imer their own weight every day II 1 RANK FEHR INOPORATED BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers t LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 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mOiWI r CHAWAGKM Yf Alx+ KOLJ335 West C5r n Strut IidJI j II e- D 0- r o II HIBERNIANSI I What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I Our local Ladles Auxiliary will soon pass the 200 mark Division 3 meets Monday night when all are urged to attend The Ladles Auxiliary of this city now has a membership of over 200 The convention next week at Chicago will be as Important as any ever held Any members who have not made returns for tickets should do so 1m mediatelyI Board at Indianapolis realized 640 from the St Patrick day entertainment This year will show the greatest Increase In membership ever re corded by the order In Ireland Indiana Hibernians are booming State Secretary William Foley for the office of National Secretary Tickets are being ranldly sold for the Hibernian Social Club moonllgh excursion on Monday night July 29 The national convention shouli give the Southern States representation on the National Board of Dl rectorsEvery Hibernian should make Inv t mediate and favorable answer to the letter Just Issued by County Presi dent Dolan Milwaukee Hibernians are arrang Ing for a large class Initiation on Lhe opening day of the Wisconsin Stat convention August 27 Following the big initiation to beheld by our Ladles Auxiliary will be a banquet that will equal any ever given by a womans organization There is much regret that 1IIss Mary Corcoran will bo unable to attend the national convention The Kentucky delegation will miss her Hibernians of Vlgo county Ind will celebrate Irish day at the Terre Haute Fair Grounds on August 22 and tho Ladies Auxiliary will Join In the event The showing of the Ladles Aux- Iliary when the American Federation meets here will prove one of the most unique and handsome In the bigparadeDivision 1 will have to act upon ia number of interesting matters Tuesday night and therefore PresIdent Cusick and the officers call upon all members to be present Committees arc completing plans for the annual Irish day outing of the Ancient Order at Indianapolis on August 15 A splendid programml of field events is being prepared Division 2 should hAve a large at tendance Wednesday night Ques lions of vital Interest will be discussed some having an Important bearing on the future of the divis IonState officers and County Press dents of New Hampshire are plan nine means to build up the member R 1 ds H MufpTry of To being urged for State President of Ohio An active Hibernian for thIrty years he is an eloquent speaker an able lawyer and a man of excep tional executive ability The national Insurance act will be the means of bringing thousands un der the banner of the Ancient Orde In Ireland All divisions report big gains also the Ladles Auxiliary The act goes into effect next Monday At the first regular meeting of Division 5 of Cincinnati last week the sixtyfive charter members Initiated twenty candidates Rev Father Malone of the Church of the As gumption delivered a stirring speechMra P H McNeils State Chair lady who had the study of Irish history Introduced in many Indiana academies and parochial schools has compiled reports of the examinations which are highly satisfactory and gratifying to both her and the hIs- tory committee There was fc large attendance Wednesday night at the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary when the membership contest ended Forty flvo new members were added and ten applications are to be acted upon The gold team headed by Miss Fannie Kennedy County President was victorious having secured twentysix new members Mrs Bennett State President and the green team made a splendid showing presenting nineteen candidates WORK ENDED ILIFESOne of the first Italian settlers of Louisville passed away Monday morning when Mrs Augustine Cuneo vos called to her eternal rest Mrs Juneo was born in Genoa but came to Louisville when a child and here she lived a useful and exemplary Ifo loved and respected by all who knew her She was the widow of Joseph Julius Cunep who was engaged In the fruit business until his death twentyfour ars ago Mrs 1 luneo was the mother of John A luneo a well known saloon keeper Martin P Cuneo employed at the Pen ennls Club and Charles A uneo a telegraph operator and- tQur 1- 1lrs daughters Mrs K V Abram C C Ostrander Mrs L C Warren and Miss Victoria Cuneo all oft Louisville She nls01s survived by five brothers John Louis BarthJ and ters Mrs MartinWachtel and Mrs iseph Benere also residents br- this city Her funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Johns mrch Rev Father Schfohmann qt rating at the mesa of requiem i Vhen mourning friends filled the church edifice OUTING AND PICNIC St Vincent de Pauls parish will 1i hold Us annual allday picnic for the l benefit of the new school next fedneeday at Phoenix Hill Park J Games of euchre and lotto l11betc- alled t both afternoon and night and 1 ring the evening hours a boun ii- ibuB supper will be served Provls 11 Is 1 lon formulJcttamuMments and sfreehtnetftB Ii hu be B made which tt- iiarantm a pliant time forievery 1l 3- e Q r CUSCADE GIVES Green Trade Stamps With Family Orders For ICE- CREAMPHONES 518 AND 584 Factory 309311 S Second Street FOR Furniture Of Ml Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET ST MONUMENTHaving t stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Companj we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to Improve their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware- rooms 318320 West Green St New Miildoon Monument Go SOCIETY DIRECTORY y A o ftD- IVISION 1 Meet at Falls City Hall en Firat and Third Tuesday Presided Martin J CusIck i Vice President Charles J Finne CI ryAnhaa XOJl1P II lea re11FJnancalSecretaryT08 B Farrell 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION recta first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut streets- PresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J 5Keefe Financial Secretary John J Teamjy 1607 Dumea- nllSergeantatArmsJ Charle batSentinelEdward Brennan DIVISION i Iteete First and Third Mondays Ilneteenih and Portland President Hush Hourlgan Vice PreaJdenV J M Maloa y Recording Secretaryrhoa stev- ens FJqanclal SecretaryTohn O iessloai 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant tatArmsrCamea Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- ntVIBIQN 4 Hsets Second and Fourth Monday Bertram Hall Blxta Street President John H Hennesey VJce President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J angan 807 West Oak- TreasurerThomas Downey SergeantatArms Joam Colema- nSentinel3f J McDermott Y JA1 I MAOKIN COUNQIL 295 leeia Monday Evenings at Club Rquee Sjf 4 North Twentyr Uta President Frank O Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Seeomd Vice President William ihn Financial SecretaryWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Oe borne Corresponding Secretary George autireanurerdtobert T Burke larahalFP3ed Sfihuler aside SentinelPeter Andrlot 0utde tJaplrJoBepl flJeginB I bolly Children under twelve r ra- wl1l be admitted free GOOD AMATEUB GAME j A good laU game IB expected to I norrow afternoon between the I H iffernan ieam and the West Louls j le Stars at the Heffernan grounds Irtyslxtk and Walnut as these o teamJ are evenly matched and have several of the beet amateurs Dutlttown in their linaup The iffernani played a doubleheader t Sunday defeating the Outagell i team 8 toi and losing tetkeDr Dwirt1IIte 4 I I ri 0 TRINITY COUNCILii Thousands Attended Annual Outing at fern Grove As was expected the annual picnic and outing of Trinity Council 7M I on Wednesday at Fern Grove was the largest ever given by that popular East End organization the morning and noon boats being almost overcrowded with happy pleas ureseekers Everybody was having a great time until a rainstorm broke over the grove during the afternoon which gave rise to illfoundei rumors that caused much anxiety when they reached this city Trln Itys arrangements committee were watchful everywhere and the only untoward incidents of the day was when a young lady made a misstep when leaving a rowboat which In some mysterious manner gave rise to the report that two persons had been drowned The other incident occurred during the rainstorm when ia lady fainted while making her way from the dancing pavilion to other shelter When these rumors reached the city they caused much uneasiness among the parentsof many of the excursionists but this was dispelled upon the arrival of the first boat with assurance that tho foregoini were the only mishaps The management on the boats and on the grounds was perfect and makes Trin- Ity Council more popular than ever CATHOLIC BASEBALL LEAGUES The race in the Catholic Basebal League became a little more Interesting on account of the defeat of the two leaders St Charles and St William last Sunday and big crowds are expected to attend the games tomorrow The following 1Is the schedule St William vs Holy Cross St Anthony vs St Louis Bertrand St Brigid vs Holy Trln Ity at Shawnee Park and St Charles vs St Martin at Spring Bank The standing to date is s all follows Won LostPct St Charles z 9 2 818 St William 8 3 727 Holy Cross 6 B 545 St Anthony 6 5 545 Holy Trinity 6 B 545 St Louis Bertrand 5 6 455 St Brigid 3 8 73 St Martin 1 10 091 MORNING WADDING Miss Brldgle Callahan daughter of Peter Callahan and William Car ney a popular train dispatcher 1in the employ of the Southern railway were united In marriage at 5 oclocl Wednesday morning at St William church by the Rev George Connor Thebrlde and groom are both well known In the West End They let Immediately on their honeymooi trip and after August 1 will be at home at 2719 West Chestnut street Despite the early hour a large num her of friends and relatives were at tho church to witness the ceremony which was solemnized with a nuptia s HIBERNIAN SOCETO The Hibernian Social Club composed of the young men of Division 3I A 0 H will give a moonlight excursion on the beautiful steame Corona Monday evening July 29 and the boat will leave the First street wharf at 815 and Jefferson vllle at 330 Any receipts derives from the various entertainment given bv the Social CJub will be useic In establishing a fund for the build- Ing of a Hibernian home for the members of Division 3 and the men bers of thb club desprvo every encouragement in their worthy and laudable purpose CHORAL UNION The Catholic Chpral Union reo jently organized by Prof Anthony lIolen raft rind Joseph F Hubbuch Is having great success and the Friday evening rehearsals at St Bonl face Hall are largely attended The ihortiB which promises to be one of 100 or more voices will make Its irst public appearance at the Armory in honor of the American Federation of Catholic Societies on tile evening of August 19 Many are- suggestlng that the Choral Union be made a permanent musical organlza lon there being none like it in the City An Invitation is extended all lathollc sings to attend the re earsalq iDELEGATE TO COLUMBUS Charles Falk one of the best known salesmen in Louisville will leave tomorrow to represent the local Retail Clerks Association at the national convention to be held next week at Columbus Ohio His daughter Miss Catherine Falk will company him to Cincinnati where she will spend ten days visiting reI a- Uvea and friends Mr Falk Is oneII off the pioneer members of the salesmens organization and will prQveone of the ablest and best posted delegates in the convention 1C OF O ADDRESSES j Next Wednesday evening July 17 John A Doyle will deliver an ddreBfl at the regular meeting of- the local Knights of Columbus on- comingthe convention of the Catb- olto s Federation and on too tpllow Ing Wednesday July 24 Benedict Elder the local attorney will speak bni Socialism and its views from a- Catholic standpoint VALUABLE MANUSCRIPTS The manuscripts contained in the Vatican library number 0000 and surpaM not only in number but also in value and Interest those of b other 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